7-year-old helps raise money for families of Arizona firefighters
Updated On: Jul 05 2013 11:40:12 PM EDT
A 7-year-old girl is selling bracelets to raise money for the families of 19 firefighters killed in Arizona.
Arianna spent her Fourth of July selling rainbow loom bracelets outside Bob's Pizza and Amante's Italian Cuisine, her uncle's restaurant in Deerfield Beach.
"I saw on the news that there was a big fire and 19 firefighters died," she said.
As of Friday, Arianna had made $200 selling bracelets and the restaurant is going to match how much she sells.
"All the money that I made I'm going to donate to the families of the firefighters who died," she said.
The restaurant, located at 2068 Northeast 2nd Street, will be accepting donations on Arianna's behalf throughout the weekend.
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